The teenage ‘half’ part of Two and a Half Men recently recorded his testimony at his church, who then posted the video. On the video he begins talking about how the show is filth and actually advises people to stop watching it. Why would he lash out at his own show while he’s still working on it?
Angus Jones, who plays the "half" of "Two and a Half men" said:
“Two and a Half Men– if you watch Two and a Half Men, please stop watching [it]…I’m on Two and a Half Men; I don’t want to be on it. Please stop watching it. Please stop filling your head with filth.
Please– it’s, you know, people say it’s just ‘entertainment.’ The fact that it’s entertainment– do some research on the effects of television and your brain, and I promise you you’ll have a decision to make…it’s bad news.
"That's about 7 minutes into a discussion about Christianity and his faith and all that. And then he comes around to 2 1/2 Men, stop watching it, it's filth. And, you know, he's probably right. I've never seen the show, but from what I hear, it sounds like filth," Pat said.
"Wait, wait, wait, wait. This is a show with Charlie Sheen. He was in it," Glenn said. "It's hard to believe that he would be in anything that has filth."
"And Ashton Kutcher, I mean, nothing says pure beauty like Ashton Kutcher," Pat added.
Pat wondered why he didn't just walk away from the show if he hated it so much, but Glenn said he may have a contract that would make such a move difficult.
"If your contract is ironclad and you are going to be sued, it might be smarter just to end the contract, let the contract end naturally. You know, if he's ‑‑ if his contract is up in a year, what does he care? So let the contract end naturally and go ahead and start speaking your mind. That way you're not in any legal trouble," Glenn said.